Boeing Offers $100 Million Fund for Max Crash Victims. Does It Go Far Enough?

Boeing Co. is reaching out to help families of victims and others affected by two crashes of its 737 Max jetliner. Does the $100 million fund go far enough? The money is intended to support ”education, hardship and living expenses for impacted families, community programs, and economic development in impacted communities,” Boeing said Wednesday in […]

Coming Off Paris Air Show High, Here’s What Boeing Must Do to Get the 737 MAX (and Its Business) Back in the Air

Talk about turbulence. Boeing saw a stunning moment of redemption at last week’s Paris Air Show; then returned home to FAA reports of yet another potential flaw in the 737 MAX’s software. But beyond fixes to the plane itself, the company’s larger issue may be much more basic: Nick Hennen. This media relations advisor from […]

Boeing Tries to Rebuild Confidence in the Company and 737 Max Aircraft

Boeing has invited regulators, technical experts, and pilots from around the world to a briefing scheduled for Wednesday for a company status update. The meeting is being taken as a sign that Boeing is close to a software fix that would keep the 737 Max from the suspected problem of mistakenly pushing the nose down, […]

Boeing 737 Max Planes Could Take Six Months to Fix, Cost More Than $500 Million, Analysts Say

Boeing could need between three and six months to fix and install new software on its 737 Max aircraft, following the move by the U.S. and other countries to ground the planes this week. The repairs could cost Boeing at least $500 million and delay deliveries of new planes on order, analysts estimate. President Trump […]